Nero's Mistress

Nero's Mistress

Nero is on holiday at the seaside. Poppea, Seneca and many other guests are with him. Nero is preparing a great show where he will be the star. When Agrippina, his mother, arrives with her German praetorians and decides Nero has to conquer Britain, she is asking for trouble. Many attempts of murder and poisoning will happen on the eve of his great show.

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Krisi B (nl) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie! It's on Netflix if you want to catch it!

Tyler K (nl) wrote: Thought it got better as the movie went on.

Jackson M (nl) wrote: Afterlife is the best one yet.

Li B (es) wrote: this movie is HORRIBLE! i don't recommend it to anyone.

Mariska S (ca) wrote: i love this movie its the reason why i wanted toe do bally.

Phillie E (fr) wrote: A strike out looking. A relic of a time when cliched rom-coms were at there most superficial and listless.

Miroslav G (us) wrote: After the great Goldeneye, you'd expect an awesome follow-up, right? Well, unfortunately not. Tomorrow Never Dies is the first of the Brosnan era Bonds to fall into mediocrity and obscurity. This film is the epitome of mediocrity and what it means to be generic. It's just so bland, lifeless, and simply a miserable dreck of a film. I understand it's hard to follow up a great movie like Goldeneye, but you'd expect something at least half good. Tomorrow Never Dies is also so unoriginal, often borrowing plot points, features, and certain sequences of past Bond films to just barely put together a forced film. Brosnan still delivers in the role, but it's easy to forget what he accomplishes with everything else striving to be just okay. Michelle Yeoh is pretty good, but quite forgettable. The villains are some of the poorest in the series, featuring some really ridiculous and unconvincing motivations behind their plans, especially Elliot Carver. An unoriginal and by-the-numbers Bond film that is easily forgettable and effortlessly one of the worst, if not the worst, film in the series.

Ahmed J (fr) wrote: An overall boring, predictable experience. It's a great example of an aged movie, because current movies are more fascinating experiences despite this being mediocre at best. First hour was painful to get through and the second half had hilarious moments of countless spherical objects being demonstrated to make it easy to understand. I get why they did that but it was still laughable.

Nishlank J (de) wrote: funny but shockin!!!

Jordan F (de) wrote: Jon Voight's performance is worth the watch alone, but the real treat is that Runaway Train is something made for hollywood - but that doesn't feel like it. Runaway Train has a truly philosophical hook to it that really gets under the skin, which in truth, is its best quality.

Panta O (mx) wrote: This was the last major film completed by Orson Welles, who directed, co-wrote, and starred in it. This is not really a documentary, maybe can be called that very loosely, because operates in several different genres and maybe can be described even as a film essay of the professional art forger, Elmyr de Hory's. The story seems like a recounting of this amazing man's career, but very soon becomes obvious that de Hory's story serves only as the backdrop for a fast-paced, thorough but meandering investigation of the natures of authorship and authenticity, as well as the basis of the value of art! What is art? Many will attempt to give an answer, but at the end none of those would be satisfying! Especially when watching it, a viewer finds several narratives woven together throughout the film, including those of de Hory, Irving, Welles, Howard Hughes and Kodar.Irving's original role is to tell the story as de Hory's biographer, but his part grew unexpectedly - while French director Franois Reichenbach shot a documentary about de Hory and Irving before there were interesting moments for Welles, and after that they together shot additional footage with Reichenbach as a cinematographer. Why? Well, in the time between the shooting of Reichenbach's documentary and the finishing of Welles', it became known that Irving had perpetrated a hoax of his own, namely a fabricated "authorized biography" of Howard Hughes (the hoax was later fictionalized in The Hoax). In addition to the 85-minute film, in 1976 Welles also shot and edited a self-contained 9-minute short film as a "trailer", almost entirely composed of original material not found in the main film itself. Amazing theories, mostly proven, will shake a trust in the art "system of valuation"... but the art is no exception. This documentary just honestly shows us the world we live in and its values!

Unknow movie watcher X (kr) wrote: The personal story of Kazan's uncle.Great classical american cinema!

Rob G (ag) wrote: 3 stars only bc Emily Browning is great.

Donald B (it) wrote: Truly wonderful movie!